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COMING EVENTS
Wednesday, Deo. 8$,
N. p. Educators.
V- Thursday, Deo. 27.
N, Ok Hducators.
Friday, Dee. 28.-
N. D. Educators.
Tuesday, Jan. IB.
Vri-State Grain Growers.
Adjourned meeting of Municipal
tea*ua.
Wednesday, Jan.
Tri-State Grain Growers,
Thursday, Jan. 1
-State Grain Growers
Friday, Jan. 18.
**1-State Grain Growers.
Note—All meetings ar# evenings nolens
otherwise gpeclflwl. Tb«fw snnouncomen's
will be k« pt standing, ami we shall be gt
to nave notices seut Id by persons la In
terest.
CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
•F FAR80 CQLLESC FIRST AVE. N.
OH Iranofan Taught Sand far Catalogue
Ftr InformaUan Writ*
W. W. SE0RBE, DIRECTOR
CITY LOCALS
Housewives witt read the Friday
Market Page.
Beautiful line of bibles and gift
booki at McClane's art store.
The great ship has great dangers—
so have great stores—the tendency to
underadvertise Is one of them
PRESSED BRICK
it Pr«»«d Brick at Lowsa* Prleas,
It yon eontampUU building, p|
figure* and asm pica from us.
HebroQ Fire & Pressed Brick Co.,
Hebron, N. D.
We are busy now. Bring your
Xmas work in early. Artistic framing
a specialty. McClane's art store.
Each and every food product on
Friday's market page fully complies
with the North Dakota pure food
law.
Tone the wren move the bowels,
cleanse the system. Dade's Little Liv
er Pills never gripe. Sold by McDon
ald Drug Co.
The Lady Maccabees of Moorhead
will 0ve a genuine Xmas party and
dance Thursday evening, Dec. 27, at
Fraternity hall.
T. J, Ypung & Co.'s "bus and transfer
Mne wjll give you claim check for your
trunk so you will have no trouble at
depot, J*hone„ 15.
To climb steep hilla reauires tjlow
pace at first and In the business
I
le,
using the classified columns.
Thursday Evening, Dec. 27.
Reserved seats at Casselman's
The pastors, assisted by somfe of the
laymen, have presented, through Rev.
Mr. Graves, a fine fur-lined coat to
Presiding Elder Danford of the Fargo
Methodist district. It is a mark of ap
preciation of his painstaking adminis
tration and a Christmas present of ma
terial worth. Dr. Danford greatly ap
preciates the gift.
In ordering cigars for men for
Christmas, select such well known
brands* that "there wIlTbe no'quTsm" VBr{?d™y
-to 'g-!? "'i-or
the J. B„ or Prospero, or Jefferson, ot I
|h riffanv, each a 10 cent article, or
|3 0 per box of fifty. A phone to the
Pr adway Cigar store and your wants
will be niledU
1
mil ilir in 'i
CORNER £0T 140x150
3 HOUSES
Corner Ninth Street and fW
Avenue South.
Opposite First M. E, Church.
*7,500.00
W. A. 8COTT, MOBTON.BLOCK.
Christmas Candies—All our candies
are made from absolutely pure in
gredients, therefore they are the best
to give children on Christmas
tockingsthe
orning, whether intended for their
or to be given in boxes. No
«ther store in Fargo provides such an
frr»y of fine candles and swell, fancy
tioxes, Pirie's, Broadway.
Thomas Turner, a wealthy English
Hianufacturer, has come to America
tpr the one hundred and nineteenth I
and will spend the winter with
relatives in Chelsea, Mass. His first
Jt-ip over was made in 1861. He sa.ys
fhe longest time required for any trip
"life has made was seventeen days and
30'"'
1 1
trti&i
Relieve inflammation of the
throat caused cold
catarrh.
CaMtaiB Mthing injurious.
•^wA?r^^"'vr~
Dally average
Weekly average
190«-
1
We can supply you promptly with
all kinds of help. John Bolstad & Co„
414 Front street. Phone 151.
Look for Dlemert & Murphy's
on the market page today.
.. Nine hundred and ninety-nine times
tiJ o »ST1I A
may
beifln,out
of
This is the day of "pre-dlgested"
foods. No food comes so near being
easily digested as good home cooking
—when Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder
is used (in biscuit and cake).
'i fe
FATHER
V A U A N
The Great Dramatic Orator-
HIGH SCHOOL HALL
Chinese sacred lily bulbs. Plant now
for Xmas blooming. Shotwell & Graver.
Japanese lacquer ware and late
copyright books. McClane's art store.
Exhibition pool games, afternoons
and evenings, at Tweeden's, N. P. Ave.
When In Moorhead go and see A. J.
Rusrad'c new place next to the south
bridge. Phone 369.
In the work-wanted ads. each on«
brings this understanding to market—
his skill and experience.
MASONIC TEMPLE
SOUVENIRS
PRICE NOW ONLY 50c.
}•C. McKendry, at Temple, or H.
C. Plmnlejr, at Foram.
Emerson's bai ber shop and Turkish
bath rooms, now located at 13 Fourth
street. Moorhead. Visit them.
Tweeden's bowling alleys, N. P.
avenue, are re-opened. Arrangements
made for renting to clubs and private
parties.
of
want
and kidneys. Sufferers from back ache
aiit
hJd nil ITr
ivljjse
bbb fahgo
28
28
26 (Weekly) 7,600
27.
2t
1.000 you will find it, or sell it or °n
Publ,c1ty by secure it to best advantage, through
Orino Laxative Fruit Syrup, the new
Laxative, stimulates, but does not ir
ritate. It is the best Laxative. Guar
anteed, or your money back. H. H.
Casselman, Lion drug store.
Christmas gifts, large assortment of
dolls, first quality perfume, hand and
opera bags, collar, cuff and work
boxes, hand embroidered pillows and
center pieces, neck wear, silk and wool
shawls and handkerchiefs, hand paint
ed china. Roan & Dahl, 103 Broad
way. Phone 1417-M.
It is a well-known medical fact that
pine resin is most effective in the
treatment of diseases of the bladder
mwfr nuypi
vomnt
xnu
The Form and Republics n FflOB FAMIM
A
CiRCULAiOIN, OCTOBER, 1906.
Days.
1...
Ctpln.
Day*. Copies.
1 7 6,025
IS ...... 6,175
It 6,050
18 (Weekly) 7,100
20 6.260
22 6,025
21 6.025
6,050
6,025
6,025
... 6,050
2 6,050
3 6 0 5 0
4 6,050
5 6,050
5 (Weakly) 7,100
«....... 6,275
8 6,050
6 2 5
10....^.. 6,025
1 1 6,025
1 2 &025
12 (Weekly) 7,100
1 3 6,260
1 5 6,025
1
6 6^)25
6,260
6,025
30 6,050
31.
6,060
6,075
7,225
State of North Dakota, county of
Cass,.—ss.
I, J. P. Edwards, assistant manager
of The Forum Printing Co., do sol
emnly swear that the above statement
gives the actual editions of the daily
and weekly Forum and Republican,
day by day, for the month of October,
J. P. EDWARDS,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 12th day of Nov., 1906.
(Seal) John W. Searing,
Notary Public.
My commission expires Aug. 12, 1909.
he has crossed In five days and fifteen
hours.
Roseine has arrived.
Have Knight Printing Co. print it
This Is the shortest day of the year.
Erlckson photos will not disappoint.
Hand painted china at Miss Bergh's
studio, 614 Front street.
and other troubles due to faulty action manufacturing, mining and transpor
of the kidneys finds relief in the use of
Pine-ules. $1 buys thirty days' treat- farmer still holds his place among our
ment. Sold by McDonald Drug Co. I
exam
fin^
ina"on wi"
be
held Dec. 27. for expert stenographers' an immense development in the sci-
Znihvhn'er!?ite„commcrce,co'rlrnce
VC,
Buy a clear Hanava cigar tar your
gentleman friend for Christmas the,' ^an
Jefferson fills the bill—it's the goods {tflan
and no disappointment. Phone the'ity
CJ**r
3tore
he buys here.
llke®-we know^
ALL THE
A A I N S
la
SUBSCRIPTIONS
TO PERIODICALS
We duplicate any offers,
mates freely given.
i-
Esti-
CATALOGUES FREE
Fargo Subscription Agency,
I#q W. Searioc, Prop.
Fargo, N. D.
Monarchs must know more than one
language. King Edward, who traveled
so much, speaks French better than
some Frenchmen, and also German,
The czar of Russia speaks French
as
•sfell as his native tongue and knows
tne numerous dialects. Emperor
Wil­
liam of Germany speaks ^French and
English correctly and is also well
versed in Latin. The king of Spain,
the youngest of all, speaks German
with ease and also French and English,
Because of his marriage he now
prac­
tices the latter. The king of Portu
gal speaks French, English, German
and Spanish. The king of Italy
is a
master of French and "German and
is
also weu, versed in Italian
dialect«»
ram*
kefttbuctaw,-
PURE MYTH
NORTH DAKOTA POINTS ARE
WELL SUPPLIED WITH NECES
8ARIES, 8AY8 THE PRESIDENT
OF N P*~OSALERft SAY SAMf
THING^'
St. Paul Dispatch According U i
Howard S. Elliott, president of th« i
Northern Pacific railroad, the reports
which have been circulated In regard
to a food arid provision famine in
North Dakota are without foundation, i
so far as it' is known by the railway
companies. During the last few days
there have been repeated reports from
Ambrose, N. D., and other places, tc
the effect that the west was beginning
to suffer now as greatly from a food
famine as It has been suffering from
a coal famine, but these reports seem
to emanate from sources which play
for the sensational.
The railroad officials are particular
ly emphatic in their statements deny
ing the food famine reports, and they
say that they wish it understood that,
as far as they are aware, there is no
foundation for them.
Mr. Elliott said today to The Dis
patch: "None of the Northern Pacific
officials have had any information or
complaints about a shortage of food
other necessaries of life on the
line of the Northern Pacific road."
"As set out in the telegram to the
interstate commerce commission, there
has been a scarcity of fuel, and there
is not a large supply on han'd at many
points, but with one or two exceptions
there has not been any suffering. The
company Is paying very particular at
tention to moving coal promptly' frotn
all points.
"The very heavy snowfall In Norfh
Dakota has caused considerable trou
ble on some of the branch lines, and
side tracks have had to be cleared of
snow two and three times. As a re
sult, there is a congestion of certain
classes of east-bound merchandise
which the company is trying to move
as rapidly as possible.
"I believe that there is no danger of'
a shortage of food, and I believe that
the work being done in moving fuel
will prevent any suffering through lack
of coal."
The wholesale grocers who do a big
business in western territory, also de
ny that there is any danger of a food'i
shortage.
Piles Cured in 6 to 14 Day*. ^f|
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to
cure any case of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to]
14 4ays or money refunded. 60 cents
•v#The Useless Human Kicker.
Spring Hill, Kan., Era: The kick
ers on the farm are not so hard to
get along with asrthrkickers In towif.J
the farm
and
there is the kicking cow
OUr
advertising in The Forum. while in town there Is the old moss-4
l»ng-eared friend, the mule,
back, who wants all- the municipal
improvements made in amanner to suit
thefti. The cow may be sold for beef,
the mule traded for a shotgun, but
nothing but a funeral will get rid of
town kicker.
Agreeably Surprised.
Many sufferers from rheumatism
have been agreeably surprised ut the
prompt relief afforded by app'yivg
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. It makes
sleep and rest possible. For sale by
all dealers.
Farm-Created Wealth.
Baltimore Sun: A magnificent rec-
ori^
tat'on
era of
are
progress is being made by our
interests, but the American
oreators
of wealth and may court
I comparison with othfir Dro^upprK
There has been in the last few years
ani1 art
^"ituU. V
vacancies to be reveals effects in the figures of the
filled from those receiving the highest recent report of the secretary of ag
^beThM/?mr^ni,n
dls*r,ct
will be held in St. Paul on the above 1906 prolong the present remarkable
'"'culture. Crops beyond precedent in
prosperity. The farm values
56,794,000,000, or $485,000,000 more
in
*905 and 2,000,000,000 more
,n
18^9- The
is
^r the Jeffer3on ^nero
farmer's prosper-
welcomed by all, since he is a
s and
,cfeatea.
BIT BACH IT
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START RIGHT
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iMayor Johnson Enters
Denial to the Statements of
the Grain Men.
That O. G. Major is gujlty of speaks
ing a knowing falsehood when he says
that President Worst of the A. C. and
Mayor Johnson were led to refuse the
independent elevator interests a place
on the programme of the Tri-State
Grain Growers' association be
cause they favored the old line eleva
tor interests, is the assertion of Mayor
Johnson.
In discussing the charge of Mr. Major
published in last night's Forum, Mayor
Johnson said:
"In regard to the charge of O. G.
Major that President Worst of the Tri
State Grain and Stock Growers' asso-
amak
when I say that any charge or intima
tion of a charge that we are under the
influence of the old line elevator or that
the old line elevator interests have any
thing to do with the Grain Growers"
convention, Is willful, bare-faced
lie."
In this stand Mayor Johnson is sup-
Low Rates to the Southeast.
Commencing Dec. 18 and on the first
and third Tuesdays of each month 'fr. Major that the independent ele
thereafter until March, 1907, the Chi-jvator men were not invited to partici
cago Great Western railway will sell pate In the deliberations of the Trl
one-way colonist tickets at nearly half State Grain Growers' association,
fare to points in Alabama, Louisiana President Worst stated that a general consignments'*will be made.
and Mississippi. For further informa- invitation had been issued several!
tion apply to R. R. Jones, T. A., M".peeks ago, asking all those interest-! Rapid roller copiers for sale fc* Wal
Edwards building, Fargo, N. D. |Jed ijm the work of the association to ker Bros. & Hardy.
l", 4'
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wnwr iwwvmf-w*-
rvrt w '.1.
ported by President J. H. Worst of the had to make his own wagons 'and de
A. C. In referring to the statement of vise his own methods of purification in
the wilderness. The water will
be drunk as well as used for bap
tismal purposes, and if American
churches support the enterprise'other
start and win is to use Genuine Gas Coke It saves
time -and trouble. No muss^ no smoke, no soot, no
clinkers, Order now. $7 a ton, delivered promptly.
STONE'S
MUSIC HOUSE
Contains a MAMMOTH STOCK Chnck Full of
And Everything in the Musical Line—Only
Everything is for sale at
Special Cut Prices for the Holidays
Come in and see us, GET STONE'S GUARANTEE, it's
SIoi'M-s's Music? Iclose
FARGO. N. D,
take rart and this included elevator
men as well as farmers and stock raid
ers. The independent elevator inter
ests had, however, made no request for
a place on the programme until it was
n Emphatic filled and It Was then too late. Presi
dent Worst stated very emphatically
that he had ha'd no communication
from the old line companies relative to
the convention of the Tri-State Grain
Growers' association or its programme.
Public Speaker Interrupted.
Public speakers are frequently In
terrupted by people coughing. This
wotfld not happen if Foley's Honey
and Tar were taken, as it cures coughs
and colds and prevents pneumonia and
consumption. The genuine contains no
opiates and is in a yellow package. H.
H. Casselman, Lion, drug store.
Jordan Water for America.
New York, Dec. 21.-*-A number of
barrels of water from the river in the
ciation, and myself as secretary of the Holy Land arrived here today on the
association are catering to the grain Campania. The* water will be dis
elevator trust, I desire to say that Ma-j tributed throughout the states for
jor is a willful liar. I baptismal use in churches. Extra
'I mean just what I say," continued ordinary precautions were taken to be!
the mayor. "I speak for myself and I insure absolute purity, and cleanlin»« I '?rthe last two years'7" i*have"be©n "takiiia"ia'S?
think I can also
for Mr. Worst by bot.ln6 the water blS^I
but in thp
put in
ine
eaSKS
—-tiEsi?
on tne Very spot
where St. John is said to have bap
tised Christ. Col. Clifford Nadaud,
who headed the expedition, encoun
tered great difficulty in bringing the
water, as there Were no casks to be
had in Palestine, so he had to have
them made in Asia Minor. Then he
arid you will have
chance to win. The
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Unf&ri' Lfght, Heat ahd Power Co.
Phone 14
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RAN RACE FOR A BRIDE.
Two Suitors Given Equal Chance by
Girl Who Couldn't Decide.
Jersey City, N. J., Dec. 21.—-Hbtiss
Annie O'Heam, a pretty and popular
young woman residing on Long street,
Greenville, agreed to mi^rry two of her
suitors, John Martin, a neighbor, and
Andrew Reilly of New York, each of
whom selected the same night for the
time of the ceremony.
Martin was the first to call on Miss
O'Hearn. They boarded a car and
came to Jersey City. An hour after
ward Reilly called at the O'Hearn resi
dence, only to And a note telling him
to hurry to the second precinct police
station and he could be a wK&ess to a
rrvrrlage of his sweetheart. Reilly
went away a sadder man.
Sour Stomach
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a.
used Oasrarets and fc^l like a m#in, I hav6
nn fnumla u* the only thing for iru"
dyspepsia ami sout stomach
V ..... .vvum«,viiM V mill IU
Bour Ktonmoh and t« the bowel#
013 fnumla t*a the only thing for indigestion and
-and k^ep the bowel# lu good con- i
dition. fb
are very to 4Mfctb" 1
Harry Stucklejr, Jtftuoh Chunk, Pi* y
Rest for
I jif^- 'Me Bowels
CAWOY CAimRTic
Pleasant. Palatable, Potent. Taste Good, Do
Good,
Never Islcken, Weaken or Gripe, 10c. J5e,5#c. N«v«r
sold in bulk. The gerniine tablet stampod OCC.
Uuftrant^et to or y*ir
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N»Y. 599
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
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